Dream Cruises enhances ‘The Palace’ specifically for Asian market

Dream Cruises enhances ‘The Palace’ specifically for Asian market
As part of ‘The Palace’ concept, guests are offered a 24-hour butler concierge service (Image: Genting Cruise Lines)

Genting Cruise Lines’ luxury Asia-based brand Dream Cruises is launching new all-inclusive benefits for ‘The Palace’ to specifically enhance the Asian guest experience, including five-star Asian food. 

After its introduction on Genting Dream and World Dream in 2016, the ship-within-a-ship concept of The Palace offers guests almost 10,000 square metres of suites, private restaurants, a gym, a sundeck, a swimming pool and other exclusive facilities. 

“Inspired by our international, luxury sister brand Crystal Cruises…Dream Cruises’ ‘The Palace’ concept delivers our Asian equivalent to this acclaimed level of cruising,” said Thatcher Brown, president of Dream Cruises. “Combined with the confidence and elegance of international hospitality standards, The Palace will provide a luxury vacation experience unlike any other.”

After increased demand for The Palace to be the Asian equivalent of the exclusive enclaves found onboard ships belonging to high-end international cruise lines, Dream Cruises will introduce new services and benefits spanning food, beverages, activities, entertainment and shore excursions.

Guests choosing accommodation in The Palace will have access to an enhanced all-inclusive seafood buffet selection, a complimentary beverage package at all bars, more healthy breakfast and vegetarian lunch options at the Crystal Life Café and a dedicated ‘Connoisseurs Circle’ programme of talks, events and activities. These include complimentary well-being and fitness classes.

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Elly Yates-Roberts
By Elly Yates-Roberts
Friday, January 4, 2019